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Re: eww + w3m / GnuTLS TLSv1 support ?

From: Herbert J. Skuhra
Subject: Re: eww + w3m / GnuTLS TLSv1 support ?
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2022 16:44:07 +0100

On Sun, Feb 13, 2022 at 02:58:15PM +0000, Jason Vas Dias wrote:
> Good day -
>   I need to access the website of a modem which ONLY supports
>   TLS Version 1.0 - the only CURL options that work for it
>   are :
>     $ curl -ik --tlsv1.0 --basic -u$USER':'$PASS ''
>   ( options '--tlsv1.'{1,2,3} NO NOT WORK AT ALL ! )
>   OpenSSL s_client also works with ONLY the '-tls1' option
>   (but does not do the HTTP Basic Auth as curl does).
>   I only have access to my up-to-date Fedora 34 Linux x86_64 host,
>   or my Android Phone on the WiFi network it serves with hostapd.
>   It has been the case for a while that Firefox / Chrome for Linux
>   do not permit me to use TLS-v1 - only Windows 10's Internet Explorer
>   used to work, when run from a Qemu/KVM Windows VM under Linux - but now,
>   with latest Windows 10 update, even this support has been removed.
>   So my only home internet connection router's operations / management
>   web-page is now completely inaccessable to me from any of 6 modern browsers
>   I have installed on Linux or Windows :
>     ( latest Firefox, latest Chrome, w3m , eww, lynx, MS-Edge, MS-IE ) -
>   none of them support TLSv1.0 .

Have you tried to set 

security.tls.version.enable-deprecated to true

in Firefox (about:config)?

This still works with Firefox 97.0 and an old(er) SNOM 300 SIP phone.

I have created a separate Firefox profile for this use case.

Maybe other solutions like stunnel, etc. might work too.


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